Northern Loop Trail, Mt. Rainier N.P., WA, 8/2011
The flowers of this plant have no petals, only stamens. Distinguishable from true bugbane by its maple-shaped leaves.
This entry was posted on September 11, 2011 by nwwildflowers. It was filed under buttercup, Cascades, Coastal, July, marsh wetland/water's edge, Mid Elevation, shaded forests, Washington, white and was tagged with flower, Mt. Rainier, Northern Loop Trail, Wildflowers.
This native wildflower is new to me. At first I thought it might be related to Eupatorium or mistflower, but now I see it’s in the buttercup family.
September 12, 2011 at 2:06 pm
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